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The process flow for Internal Orders
Internal orders normally start with creation of requisitions in Oracle Purchasing (which is created as Internal Sales Orders) .
Once the requisitions created from the MRP and Inventory modules, the Requisition Import program must be run in order to move records from the requisition interface tables to the historical PO_REQUISITION_HEADERS_ALL, PO_REQUISITION_LINES_ALL and PO_REQ_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL.
Now next is to create internal requisitions from Purchasing module.When each requisition is approved, data will be inserted into the MTL_SUPPLY table. When the items on the requisition are stocked in inventory, the supply data can be viewed from the inventory form called Item Supply/Demand.
Once the Internal Requisition is approved, a user should run Create Internal Sales Orders (from a Purchasing responsibility) to load the internal sales orders interface tables called in Order Entry.
After the Creation of Internal Sales Orders has completed, a Import Orders concurrent program need to run from an Order Management.
at this stage, Oracle order Workflow will process the internal sales order using the workflow definition listed for the Transaction Type definition in Order Management. When the workflow completes the Shipping Network is checked to see if the Transfer Type between the source and destination organization is In transit or Direct.
You can use Oracle Order Entry/Shipping to define order cycles, approvals and holds.
Internal Requisitions use the Account Generator, which automatically builds account distributions. You can specify only one accounting distribution per inventory sourced line.
This internal requisition process provides the features needed to define your inter- organization shipping network. For transfers between two organizations, you can specify whether to use in transit or direct shipments. You can also require internal requisitions for transfers between specific organization.
The Data Flow for Internal orders